Alma Jean Epps

(Evansville, Indiana)

The Lonely Lady - Poem by Alma Jean Epps

Restless nights and endless dreams
Waiting for the phone that never rings
False laughter and fake smiles
To fool everyone but if you look
Really look deep into her eyes
You will find the secret that she hides
For no matter how many people she is around
She is still really alone


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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